Pursuing his dreams of working in music and woodworking, Jeremy Myers found a home with banjo building in the Ozarks. He build his first banjo in his living room in 2012 and called it the “Ozarks Songbird”. However, after an abrupt change in 2014, where Jeremy and his family temporarily relocated to Alaska, no banjo’s where produced.

Beginning in 2017, work on banjos resumed and the banjo company was renamed to avoid confusion with other banjo makers. Work on the shop has been on going and will continue well into 2018, however it is planned that in 2018, regular production of banjos are scheduled to resume.

Originally developed from various banjo styles, Snowbird banjos are simple but can be made as ornate as desired. Featuring primarily an open back design, our Snowbird banjos are a traditional conscious instrument with a modern twist.